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hold out. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. well, good morning, welcome to a brand-new day, it is dave clark. it is still a lot of thick fog out there. >> dave, pam, right passed the caldecott, they are dealing with some fog and inland, it will be a warmer afternoon, kind of a hazy day, coast and bay, 5 50s 50s 60s and 70s, here is sal. you can see in the distance as we move the camera, it is foggy in the foreground as steve has been mentioning fog is out there. also the commute looks good from oakland to walnut creek.
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let's go back to the desk. 2 dozen protesters were arrested at an occupied camp in downtown san francisco. live in front of the federal reserve bank, i guess the 4:30 show started and they installed a fence, right? >> yes. it -- >> reporter: police said it turned into a homeless encampment and we have seen a steady stream of occupied protesters returning to the site. you can see them across the street from a federal reserve and we saw a large police presence to make sure that the occupied movement did not rehe is stablish -- reestablish their encampment. for the last two weeks they
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have been passing out leaf let's advising them they were illegally lodging on the streets and telling them the camp would be raided. then last night they issued a final order for the crowd to disburse. a few people left but about two dozen stayed and those two dozen were arrested and police took them into headquarters and charged them. >> they kept closing in on us and they kept taking us one by one and wrote down our names. >> take a look at the fence there, you may be able to see posted around telling them where they can wear it their belongings. they believe it was a legal protest and last yeah's or do -- last night's arrest was a
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violation of their free speech. they are looking for someplace else to continue their protest. for now live christian captain ktvu channel 2 morning news. late yesterday police detained a man at a gas station in oakland and impounded his silver van. investigators believe he is linked to the robbery when they ran into the safe way and and stole property. claudine wong is live outside the school with details about the disturbing allegations, claudine wong? >> reporter: school officials are calling this quote, an incredibly devastating situation as police look for
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more victims. we are here at the middle school where he has been a teacher for years. according to the school website he teaches math science, and student councilco adviser and this morning he is behind bars for committing a lewd & lascivious conduct with a child under 14. the arrest came after reason reports of inappropriate relationships. the principal hut him on -- put him on administrative leave and he has a long history with the community and with students. pool are asking if you have any information any appropriate conduct call police.
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in the meantime the school is making big changes to the classes he taught. his students will be broken up and reassigned starting monday. the school is inviting parents of the students who were in his classes to come to a meeting tonight where they can ask questions and administrators are expected to be there. they will have extra councilling for students who need it -- counseling for students who need it and he is set to be arraigned on this charge tomorrow. wopping wong ktvu channel 2 morning news. -- claudine wong ktvu channel 2 morning news. and they are raising some new questions about the new california fire code. they raged for at least an hour before it was reported. the school which has many portable classrooms does not have a monitored fire alarm. it does not require them with
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sprinklers or even classrooms. they can elect front clay notify them if there is a fire even if nobody is on the campus. in the race for the white house mitt romney and president barack obama are headed to the same state. coming up, the new television ads from the obama campaign which include the secretly recorded video of mitt romney. you tube refused to remove videos. they could jailed for up to a law. they ban insults during an election campaign. google plans to appeal. rebels are attacking a military building in damascus. there are more than 300 people
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who died yesterday and it was the bloodiest day in this month long crisis. they estimate 700,000 refugees may flee syria by the end of this year. back here in the u.s. football fans are happy. the nfl strike is over. the regular refs have reached an eight year deal which includes a retirement plan. the regular refs will be back tonight. the nfl caught a lot of heat after the refs blew that touchdown call at the end of monday night's game between the seahawks and green bay packers. regular revs will be -- regular refs are back starting tonight. >> no pressure, sal, how is the
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commute? we still have more slow traffic building at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is not quite filled in and the metering lights come in and there is a little bit of a backup as you can see. also the morning commute looks good on 880 north and that traffic is moving along nicely passed the oakland coliseum. if you are driving further south from hayward to fremont, it is a nice looking drive and no problems on the san mateo bridge, let's go to steve. nfl is in game shape already >> they will be put to the test already. >> yes they will. >> it is a thick fog out there, inland temperatures will warm up, not yet, but waiting for the weekend. yesterday was a good cool down. concord was onlyp 7, santa rosa -- only 77, san rafael also --
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santa rosa also 77, 84 concord, livermore 75 to 78. 40s and 50s, everybody seems to be stuck here. hardly any sea breeze and it is less than 10 to travis. that is assure sign -- a sure sign it will pick up and all of those are indications it will warm up. a little low is building and if it does it will fill with a northeast wind and that fog will disappear from the coast. thick morning fog by the weekend. cool for some, hazy sunshine, warm to hot for a few. 84 concord, pleasant hill. 72 san leandro. martinez 83 degrees. sunny veil 67, santa cruz has been a tall order to get above.
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84 morgan hill, half-moon bay 58. 63 and lower 70s. not much of a change, inland temperatures get warm to hot. a mandatory break for u.s. soldiers. they will have to try and address a growing trend. >> i am going to try to not be scared of what happened to me. >> the oakland boy, the 11-year- old is back home what is he saying after being shot several times. the deadly avalanche, what he tried to do after surviving that fast moving wall of snow. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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. welcome back, a bay area native survived that avalanche and he is telling his story and saying how lucky he is to be alive. over the weekend, he was camping with other skiers but an avalanche roared through their camp. several skiers were killed and several are missing and
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presumed dead. he has lost many friends over the years. >> so many of his buddies are no longer alive because of this extreme sport stuff. he tried to dig through the snow trying to find his friends but had to give up to save himself. so far the bodies of 8 have been recovered and three more people are missing and presumed dead. they will hear more arguments about the same sex act. they have previously struck down the law and the obama administration no longer defends it. the ruling is not expected for months. a gay couple in new jersey is suing after their engagement photo was used in attack ads in colorado. a non-profit group took their photo without permission and wrote an antigay marriage
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caption across it. the group behind the ad has not commented on the lawsuit. time is now 6:15, and both president barack obama and mitt romney both campaign today in the battleground state of virginia. sal son burns is life in a washington d -- live in the washington d.c. bureau in 7 key states. allison? this will be the third straight day they have campaigned in the same state. now the obama team is blanketing what they call is new economic patriotism. they are planning on hiring new teachers and obama is running this ad using mitt romney's adds from that secretly record video. >> 47% of people they are
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victims and they believe the government has a responsibility for them and they believe they are entitled... >> reporter: he can't pains at a hall after delivering this message in ohio yesterday. >> there are so many hurting and i want to help them, i know what it takes to get an economy going... >> the latest daily tracking poll now shows obama up 6 points over mitt romney nationwide. reporting live, allison burns ktvu channel 2 morning news. an 11-year-old boy shot in his bed in oakland is now back home. there he is, he had five surgeries while he was there. his home was sprayed with bullets last thursday at about with 1:00 a.m. he said he was happy to be out
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of the hospital but he was afraid to be back home. >> i want to thank the teachers and principal who came to visit me and gave me presents. >> they don't know why his home was targeted and so far no arrests have been made. they have been arrested in connection with a domestic violence incident. he was arrested tuesday morning. he has been on the force for six years and is currently on administrative leave and so far no charges have been filed in that case. so far soldiers will be taking part in a suicide prevention training. it is meant to educate troops as the military struggles to help soldiers who are trying to commit suicide. it is a course for many except
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for those in combat and on medical leave. 237 crossing the valley still looks good and this is about the time when it starts to fill in so we do have a good looking drive over to the valley likewise interstate 31 and if you are trying to get to cupertino, and let's take a look at the bay bridge. metering lights went on and now there is a crowd waiting at the toll plaza before you make your way into san francisco. morning drive on 680 from walnut creek to pleasant hill still looks good, and there is an accident on the off ramp. i want to move it here, there is a crash on the off ramp and it is not affecting the freeway so please give yourself a little extra time. lanes on the freeway itself are
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not blocked. let's go to steve. very good morning, very foggy morning, there is some really thick pockets of fog so be careful. yesterday it was more in the way of fog and if you are stuck, it is a foggy misty pattern. so all the way up to crocket, hazy skies away from the coast. we are shaking things up and it gives us better air quality and it will be warmer mainly towards the east bay but yet the coast stays cool. san rafael is 49 degrees and low 50s for some, fairfield 54, san jose 54, a pretty good system, boy is that a slow mover in the rockies and we are waiting for high pressure to build giving an offshore breeze. so far it has not happened yet,
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there is a definite decrease and inland temperatures warm up and yesterday that fog on the coast, 80 to near 90 degrees inland temperatures will be hot by the coast so it looks like we'll see some warmer weather. well this morning the labor department claims unemployment fell to its lowest level in two months. 350,000 people filed for first time jobless benefits and that's down 26,000 from the week before. there is moderate growth in the workforce. they are calling net flicks for magazines and it gives subscribers immediate access of 75 of the world's most popular magazines for less than $200 a
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. welcome back. robert war shaw is responsible for how they come bleed with -- complied with court ordered reforms and now he is accused of making sexual advances towards an administrator. a new documentary about oakland hospital and it is getting oscar buzz. >> i will not go until your ready, car ready -- until you are ready... >> this takes a look at the healthcare system through the eyes of the patients and
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through the staff. it will trigger new dialog about healthcare and the problems in the u.s. >> when i saw it, oh, my g-d, it was just awesome. i was just moved by it. i cried through the whole first showing. >> the new documentary will open in the bay area next month. it is a celebration of santana row. it was hit by the largest fire in city history one month before it was scheduled to open back in 2002. it damaged dozens of retail units. this year they will thank the san francisco fire department by donating 10% to a trust set up by the department. they are getting national attention of how it is reacting to the football game between the seahawks and the packers. the casino will refund the
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gamblers who bet on that game. glam betters who won guam -- gamblers who won can keep their payoffs. if you are driving in many areas in san jose, northbound 280 looks good getting into the valley and no major problems on 101 or 87. and this morning's commute on southbound 680, that traffic looks good all the way to san jose. let's go to steve. sal, we are dealing with a lost fog, and it is -- and it's cool and misty, even some thick fog in scar -- santa rosa and after that fog burns off it will be warmer inland. still holding to 50s 60s and 70s coast and bay. we'll see if we can warm it up
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for the coast this weekend. california workers will be out of a job and the major food manufacturer is closing its california plant. plus, it is finally over, the agreement that ended the referee lock out and we will tell you when the regular refs will take the field. and a yearlong protest, we will show you how it came to an end. we will show you what is going on in business on wall street, next. t.
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♪ chevron's been here in california for 133 years. we work hard. we support 1 in 200 jobs in the state. we support each other. and we spent over $450 million dollars with local small businesses last year. and, together, we can keep this... we're committed. ...the great state of california. committed to california. ♪ . welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news, right on time, opening bell ringing in new york at the new york stock exchange and over there on the nasdaq, is the health and diplomacy organization bringing national -- world
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attention to a lot of organizations this week with the un meeting in new york. many are visiting the new york stock exchange and we will tell you why stocks are actually headed up this morning. >> we will smile and say good morning to you, it is a thursday september 27th, i am dave clark. >> and i am pam cook, time now 6:30 testimony. the san francisco police raided an occupied camp in downtown san francisco just hours ago. police say they gave the protesters a lot of warning. christian captain is live at the federal reserve bank and you have some video we will only see on 2, christain? >> reporter: let's look at the chain link fence at the foot of market and you can see that fence is now there and a lot of workers in the area told us although it started out as an
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occupied protest it turned into a homeless encampment. we have seen a steady stream of protesters returning to the area and they say they plan on reoccupying the site as soon as possible. >> i can't speak for everybody, as long as i am out here, i will be out here doing this and except for people losing their stuff it just makes us stronger so i hope everybody sees we are out here for the long run. >> reporter: san francisco police moved in as the encampment was settling down for the evening. they pass out information advising they were illegally lodging on the streets and would be raided. last night they arrested two dozen occupied protesters and brought them to headquarters.
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workers here started to arrive in the financial district and they noticed the change immediately. >> certainly the place needs to be cleaned up. it is dirty down there and people are using this for their homes. i don't mind people protesting but this can't be your permanent residents. >> coming back, you might be -- residence. coming back, -- >> reporter: coming back, protesters say they plan on reoccupying their site and part of the reason they moved in, they need to repair a leak under that site and they plan on showing their presence throughout the day trying to make sure the occupied protest does not restart at the federal reserve building. for now christian captain, ktvu channel 2 morning news.
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campbell soup just announced they will eliminate 700 california jobs. and another calm bells soup plant in july of next year. they have about 20,000 workers and employees around the world. they say shutting down those two plants, sacramento and the one in new jersey will save the company more than $100 million in the first year. a stolen ipad sparked. it started around 5:00 between fillimore and sacramento streets. it ended at the corner of haze. it happened when a suspect grabbed a woman's i-pad. the suspect slammed into several cars including a minivan seriously injuring that
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driver. flying debris hit a boy at a nearby playground. >> it was a metal object, i am assuming it was something off the van. >> it was heartbreaking and sad to see this going on in the community. >> now the boy is expected to make a full recovery and officers have been criticized for the chase. police insist they did not overreact to a stolen backpack and they say the city has been hit hard with a rash of stolen property. they were notified about a student who brought a gun to school. they did send out letters saying a boy, reportedly a 5th grader if he told anybody he had a weapon. this happened wednesday butler's did not go home until this week. a man was found shot to
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death inside of a car. they found him 6:30 last night. they found a young man inside of a car who had been shot several times. we don't know his name yet and so far no word of a motive or whether any arrests have been made. investigators say he was targeted. there is an oversight hearing about the chevron refinery in richmond. that fire sent thousands of people to the hospital and three chevron employees were injured. skinner and lanni hancock said a lot needs to be done to make sure this never happens again. they need to issue an alert to other refineries about the pipe failure which caused the fire. they have power outages a lot and coming up at 6:47 how
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many power outages are out there and coming to understand why. they are talking about a lock out and tentative -- and a tentative agreement. >> it is going on and many of the players have been eager to get the refs back on the field. so far fans have been incredibly frustrated some vowing to stopwatching the game but they are excited the regular referees will be back. they ended a 10 year lock out and there has been an much nor them working for the last few weeks. they say it is one of the worst, he clearly intercepted the ball and they ruled it was
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a touchdown. >> i think having -- the guys that had it didn't exactly know how to deal with the game but having the right guys they know how to look at professional football and it makes sense. >> this time it hinged on pension and retirement benefits and regular referees will be officiating between the browns and ravens. back out here live the team is in ohio practicing getting ready for sunday night's game and we are hoping later on this morning, we will be able to catch up with a spokesperson here at headquarters. reporting live, jeanine tell do vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news -- della vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> the lock out is starting to
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impact local business owners. bars are reporting a 50% jump in business on game nights. let's check back in with sal, how are things happening on the roads? >> you know it is a little bit busy, as you drive north and south, you can see definitely more people are on the road and we are just hearing of a new crash on 580 and 24 westbound as you drive in oakland towards the bay bridge. that is a brand-new crash just reported to us and they will be busy at the bay bridge toll plaza and no major problems, if you are using the car lanes, it is a nice drive just by passing all that traffic. and on highway 4, that is still there but most of the slowed traffic is in antioch. traffic is a little bit busy if you are approaching union city. let's go to steve. kind of a foggy cold
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morning for some, this time of year, you are like, wait a minute, we should be out of here and some of it is thick, out to crocket, a couple of reports coming in reduced visibility and when that happens, it is being compressed on the deck and temperatures inland will warm up. 77 santa rosa, concord was in there as well which lately has been very cool for them 83, san jose, a little warmer, 79 san jose, 88 livermore, 79 san jose so jumping up 3. that heads back to the coast, skies inland as well, we need a cold front, maybe next weekend but most of them are in line.
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let's do this. a low continues to continue so it should give a warmup. clear lake 91, and that will not change until next weekend. 68 oakland and berkeley. pleasanton 85 degrees and 80s in cupertino, morgan hill gilroy mid-80s. foster city, palo alto 77 and mountain view 76. the question is will it make it to the coast, the question is we are easing into it. a man accused of poisoning his girlfriend said it's all a big misunderstanding. >> we will have the reason he
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gave her the special bottled water. and teacher is behind bars. i just spoke to albany police and we will tell you what they are asking for from the public right now. approaching the sunole grade, we will tell you more about the morning mmute and bay area weather.
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. there is a blanket of fog, it is right down on the deck, that means it will burn off sooner, and by the coast, there is a lot of thick fog, 60s and 70s around the bay. here is a look at some of the top stories we are following and just about an hour ago, police raided an occupied camp outside the federal reserve bank on market street. two dozen protesters were cited and released. then a temporary fence was put up to keep them from coming back and they have already returned. president barack obama and mitt romney are in the battleground state of virginia. they are campaigning as new campaign television ad is rolled out and mitt romney will be meeting with military veterans who appeared to be supporting mitt romney. and good news for you pro-
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football fans, the referee lock out is over. they have a new agreement for eight years which runs through the 20 and 19 seasons. the refs will be back on the field starting with tonight's cleveland browns baltimore ravens game. they are facing child abuse charges. they have more on the details of his arrest, claudine wong? >> reporter: i wanted to talk to the albany police department to check any new developments and they said nothing new right now but they are asking the public to come forward with any information about any inappropriate conduct with james and minors. this investigation started monday but it moved very quickly and this morning james is waking up behind bars. let's take you through with how this all started.
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it started monday when the superintendent got word of inappropriate relationship with james and a former student. so she put the teacher on administrative leave and began an investigation. they arrested him at his home and booked him last night and the charge a lewd & lascivious conduct with a child urn the age of 14. he taught -- under the age of 14. school officials are calling this quote an incredibly devastating situation for everybody involved and this morning they are dealing with the fallout. here is what is happening, a substitute teacher will be in place today and monday. on monday kids will be reassigned to other classes and then they have counselors to
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talk to students. then they are asking parents to come to a meeting at 5:00 and they will be able to ask questions of teachers and administrators. they are continuing to investigate and they are set to be arraigned on this charge at 2:00 p.m. ktvu channel 2 morning news. in scottville, they are trying to lawyer a girl -- lure a girl. a man approached a girl last friday at bah-hah drive and asked her if she wanted to get in. the week before a similar looking man approached a 15- year-old and they released two sketches in both cases where he is described as heavyset in his late 20s or early 30s. police say a man is accused
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of trying to poison his girlfriend and has been released from jail and not been charged. care givers say he tried to kill his 63-year-old girlfriend by giving her bottled water containing chlorine. he said it is something that can cure almost any decease even -- disease even cancer. >> certainly i didn't intend to harm her and she was actively participating in this whole process. >> he takes the supplement himself for that is a seem what and -- emphysema and heart disease. palo alto is starting a new phase of replacing street lights with l.e.d.s. they say they are energy efficient and they will replace
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lights from one road to another. they have about 30 power outages already this year. according to the utilities commission the average blackout lasts four hours. they have a backup plan to replace the power grid. in the east bay, if you are looking at a lot of the freeways for example, we are seeing more traffic when we get to the 580 interchange, you can watch portions slowing there and when you get to the toll plaza, there is a lot of weighting going on in the fast and cash track lanes without any major delays. this morning's commute in the san jose area, there is some slowed traffic at 880, here is
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steve. we have a big fog bank on the coast, inland temperatures look like they will warm up under hazy sunshine and we look like we have a little bit of a breeze. we can't say the same for san francisco, monday was 64 and tuesday 62, yesterday was 62, today we are going to 63 and it has just been stuck, i can't change that. there are signs it can't kick in but it will definitely warm up. upper 40s for many and low-to- mid 50s, temperatures are not moving too much. a little low spinning off the coast, we are waiting for high pressure and if it does, it will get rid of that fog and it's not happening right now. inland, 80s to near 90 degrees and not much change, it will be warm to hot, away from the
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coast and we are trying to get that fog to the coast and if it does it will warm up there as well. right now the average price for a gallon of gas in the united states is $3.79. that is up 30 cents from this time last year. meanwhile crude prices have fallen more than 9% in reason weeks and analysts say they do not expect much of a drop in gas prices. they are opting for by outs from the company. they will receive that amount during retirement age and it will go through financial reorganization. this is wild, flight attendants forced a pilot to turn around and land the plane and we will have more on what they were fighting about.
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we will have more on earthquakes and the affects they have across the globe.
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. welcome back, we have a live look at the nasdaq, nasdaq and s&p 500 is gaining and part of the reason stocks are up around the world, china's
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central bank will ease monetary policy next week. the big earthquake in the indian ocean affected people all over the world more than we first thought. it affected us and triggered other quakes around the world. in north america there were four strong quakes right after the one in indonesia. after shocks can be triggered anyplace on earth. >> the trial has been delayed. they are asking to give him more time to prepare with his new legal adviser. a judge decided to push jury selection back to january 14th. joseph naso is accused of killing several people. there is a response to the rising crime rate in the city. it begins with a rally and
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march up and down south 1st street. organizers want us to know they want something done about the crime spike and they will increase patrols. they got into an argument on a flight, forced the plane to return to raleigh north car fine. they -- north carolina. police determined there was an argument when one flight attendant brushed up against another. police say the confrontation did not get physical. they are bracing for another round of road closures starting tomorrow night. they will once again shut down so repair crews can remove the remainder of the mulholland bridge. they will be adding a carpool lane to the freeway and so far they have spent $150,000
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spreading the word about that road shut down. let's check back in with sal. a quick look at the toll plaza coming up on mornings on 2, we will look at all the freeways looking into it, and as it gets busy, we will have more reports on that. inland temperatures will warm up in their hazy sunshine and 50s and 60s to 90 degrees and we will have more coming up on mornings on 2. at the occupied encampment they did make arrests and ktvu channel 2 morning news has exclusive video. rerefs will be back on the -- real referees will being back on the field tonight for the games, stay with us.
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